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Flights to Abuja

Flights to Abuja

Explore Nigeria’s capital with daily flights

Fly Emirates to Abuja, Nigeria and explore new ground.

Relax in the spacious comfort of First Class or Business Class or enjoy extra legroom in Economy Class. You’ll also enjoy unrivalled entertainment with the latest movies, TV shows and music while you savour gourmet cuisine. What’s more, Emirates offers a generous baggage allowance of 50kg for First Class, 40kg for Business Class and 30kg for Economy Class.

Travel to Abuja

Emirates flies daily to Abuja in Nigeria – Africa’s most populous country.

The airport is located about 40km from the city centre on the way to Gwagwalada. It takes about 25 to 30 minutes to drive from the Central Business District to the airport.

Car services are best to get around Abuja and can be easily secured at the airport's customer service desk or at your hotel.

About Abuja

Abuja is in the centre of the country. It’s a planned city built mostly during the 1980s, replacing Lagos as Nigeria’s capital in 1991. It is the seat of the Federal Government and home to most of Nigeria’s institutions, including the Central Bank of Nigeria and Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation. Abuja is also the headquarters of the Economic Community of West African States and the regional headquarters of the Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries.

Among some beautiful architectural sites, you can explore the city's Three Arms Zone and see the presidential villa, Supreme Court and the Federal House of Assembly. In the same zone, it’s also worth taking a look at Nigeria's national Mosque and Ecumenical Church.

If you want to support the locals, you can take a stroll through the city's Women's Development Center, located on Better Life Street. It’s a great place to see art highlighting important Nigerian women and to purchase crafts and books from local women.

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